Hailey Bieber Swears By This Blush Hack For Glowing Skin

Supermodel and Rhode Beauty founder, Hailey Bieber, has time and again delivered make-up looks that inevitably end up on moodboards around the world. And the best part is that the 27-year-old doesn’t believe in gatekeeping her beauty secrets! From her strawberry girl aesthetic to launching viral phone covers that can carry your lip gloss around, Hailey has some good make-up hacks and tricks up her sleeve.

Lucky for us cause we’re always on the look out for good make-up hacks that promise to simplify or elevate our routines. One such hack, which comes Hailey Bieber-approved, promises to level up your blush game.

In a YouTube video with make-up artist Leah Darcy, the multihyphenate demonstrated her super simple technique for how to get your blush to have that natural yet glowing finish.

All you need to do is before applying your powder or cream blush, mix it with your face cream. This helps with two things—first, it sheers out your blush, which helps with even application and let’s you build up the hue to your preference. Second, it gives you a dewy finish that makes the skin glow and makes the blush light-reflective, leaving you with the appearance of lifted cheekbones, like a supermodel.

Once the face cream infused with blush has dried down, layer it with the same powder or cream blush on its own. This will add more depth and drama to your look. You can also opt to apply the same shade on your lips and eyes, for a chic monochromatic look. Locking all this in with a setting spray will then ensure that none of your make-up is going to budge, no matter what comes your way.

This blush hack can also come handy in times where you want to convert a powder blush you alreayd have into a cream formula. Just scrape off a little powder blush and mix it in with your face cream thoroughly on the back of your hand, and lo and behold, you’ve got a whole new cream blush to play with.

In fact, the blush hack also proves to be useful for those with oily skin, who always have a hard time making their cream blushes last longer. The production of excess sebum doesn’t allow pigment to stick to the skin’s surface, thus making your cream blush evaporate the minute you break a sweat. However, mixing and layer will help it last all-day, which also emitting a natural glow.

The best part? You can use this technique on literally every powder-based make-up product, right from bronzers to eyeshadows!